Welcome to the Jacobson Veterinary Clinic family and thank you for considering us for your pet's comfort and care. Our medical staff is a professional, caring and motivated team dedicated to offering superior care and reliable service.
Dr. Linda Jacobson has over 40 years of hands on experience caring for over 4,000 Brooklyn pets and is highly qualified for services such as overall pet wellness, surgeries and dentistry. Dr. Jacobson is a native Brooklynite growing up in the Gravesend section. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Brooklyn College in 1965 and then attended Kansas State University to study agriculture. Dr. Jacobson graduated from the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1971.
If Dr. Jacobson is not caring for your four-legged family member, your pet will be in good-hands and treated by Dr. Noreen Eskanzi. Dr. Noreen Eskanzi, a native New Yorker, received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Parma, Italy in 1986. She has been an active member of the New York City Veterinary Medical Association, along with serving on the board of NYSAVE (Saving Animals in Veterinarian Emergency). She was an active participant in the Westminster Dog Show for over 10 years and has worked treating our NYPDew K-9 unit Search and Rescue Dogs. Dr. Eskanzi has a Border Collie named Dante, and a kitten named Billy.
If you are a new pet owner, new to the area or just searching for a new veterinary clinic we promise that you and your pet are in good hands at the Jacobson Veterinary Clinic.
Before we can examine or treat your furry-friend, we first need to understand your pet's medical background as well as the unique characteristics that make your pet unique. When you come in for your first visit, we will provide you with the necessary paperwork we will need filled-out before we can treat your pet. We have provided the link below if you wish to print and fill the paperwork out prior to your visit.
After we look over your pet’s information, one of our doctors will examine your pet as well as provide you with all of the information you need based on the reason for your visit. At least once a year it is important to have your pet examined by a veterinarian for a full physical examination to ensure overall good health.